Disney has reported that James Cameron’s forthcoming Avatar sequel has been delayed a year, moving its past release date of December 2020 to December 2021. Even before the original movie – the highest-grossing in history, at least until the release of Avengers: Endgame, which will inevitably overtake it in the next few days.
In October 2010, just about a year after Avatar’s record-breaking release, the director announced two continuations, planned for 2014 and 2015, separately.
In the mediating two years, Cameron had been busying himself purchasing up a gigantic plot of land in New Zealand, apparently to shoot the film on, and in late 2013. The New Zealand government affirmed the news: there would be three more Avatar movies, all shot in the nation.
Since this declaration was made in December 2013, it was quite certain that the sequel was far-fetched to make that unique 2014 release date. Nobody was excessively shocked, at that point, when Fox moved back the release date to December 2016!!!!
By April 2016, things had changed once more. Presently, there would be four spin-offs of the original Avatar, with the first to be releaseded in December 2018 and with ensuing releases booked for 2020, 2022 and 2023.
A month after that meet, in April 2017, Fox revealed news, absolutely official, set in stone, supreme, relentless release dates for the movies: December 18, 2020; December 17, 2021; December 20, 2024; and December 19, 2025.
Finally…..We have a Date….(hope so)!!!!
In March this year, Disney finished its takeover of Fox, which conveys us up to date. Avatar 2 will currently hit screens in December 2021, with the following three movies discharged around the same time in 2023, 2025 and 2027.
Cameron initially begun chipping away at the primary motion picture in 1996, and took 13 years to get it to theaters, so the planned 12 years we’ll have sat tight for the second film is in reality truly great, especially thinking about that Cameron is shooting every one of the four spin-offs at the same time. He’s really working at light speed, relatively. Also, Cameron is known as a fussbudget, and it sounds like he’s going into a ton of detail with these movies.